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: elizabeth, amazingly paula lane is expected to survive in the hospital in carson city. her doctors says he is not sure how much longer she would have survived in the snow. [ woman crying ] >> gave her the biggest kiss that i could without hurting her. >> reporter: linda says it's a miracle her sister survived. paula lane spent 6 nights stranded in the elements surviving on snow and tomatoes. >> my sister may be little, but she's mighty. she's a survivor and she loves life. >> reporter: last thursday she and her boyfriend rod were on the way back to nevada from citrus heights. their jeep got stuck in the snow. rod left to find help but never returned. a day later paula went looking, too. >> it's been awful waiting all those days trying know if she made it or not. >> reporter: rod didn't survive. and time was running out for paula. last night, paula's family told her twin sons their mother may not be coming home. but shortly after that, her brother found paula in the snowy wilderness. >> when that call came from my brother, it was a miracle. >> reporter: incredibly, paula not only survived b
to tell her story. in carson city. >> he is one of the toughest law men in the west and probably the most politically polarizing. some san francisco students made that clear when they wrote to sheriff joe about his hard line immigration stance. he planned to answer them in person today but that never happened. cbs 5 recorder linda yee asked the questions instead. >> reporter: he's america's toughest sheriff. joe admits he courts controversy. >> welcome to san francisco. >> reporter: he got a dose of that when drag queens invaded his dinner party. the sheriff is in town for a convention. he hoped to reach out to eighth graders at a middle school who sent him letters. students wrote in spanish their disagreement with his fight against illegal immigrants and his tent prisons in the desert sun. >> they called may racist. i just wanted to meet with the kids and tell them the truth. >> reporter: he had to set the set the kids straight but the district canceled the meeting. the rep said she was too busy but denied there ever was a meeting. the sheriff defends arizona law that allows his deputies
to be released from the hospital early next week. her family says she wants to tell her story. in carson city, ben sosenko, cbs 5. >>> police in antioch say three men shot and killed a man who they thought store their loathe clothes. the -- their clothes. the incident started last month. they went to a unit they believed the thief was staying and opened fire. the victim was not involved in that theft. >>> other bay area head license, the man and -- lines, darnell and tonya washington, are accused of killing coe during a spree in october that included a jailbreak. >>> and san jose investigators are looking into a fire that closed two restaurants. pasta pomadora, no flames were visible but the fire did produce a lot of smoke. investigators traced the source to a crawl space near the outdoor electrical sign. >>> in a church group in oakland, they are missing luggage and thousands of dollars after a tv broke into their van in south florida. it happened yesterday as the group ate lunch at a fort lauderdale restaurant. the station did not name the name of the oakland church, though. >>> a crab scab
. >> the bus driver had noticed that she had been beaten and was concerned about her. he could city that she was bruised and -- he could see that she was bruised and distraught and called 911. >> the suspect arrested yesterday is 36. alameda county prosecutors could file charges against him today >>> a judge has denied an oakland landlord's request to evict the nation's largest medical marijuana club. the eviction of the harborside dispensary is based on the grounds that it violates federal law. but the alameda county superior court judge said the landlord can't use that reason because that court's jurisdiction only covers state law. a federal court hearing on the case is planned later this month. >>> in a few hours civil rights advocates plan to release evidence they say shows plans for a surveillance drone in alameda county. the aclu says the sheriff's office plans to use a drone for surveillance and intelligence gathering that contradicts earlier claims that it would only be used for search-and- rescue operations. yesterday, a state senator alex padilla put forward a bill to regulate usa
bratton do for the city of oakland? here's her story. >> reporter: he's riding into oakland with his legendary reputation of being the country's toughest crime fighter. every year, bill bratton was the chief of los angeles police, violent crime was reduced. his changes started with the officers in his own department. >> some saturday nights there were no gang units work in the city. that's going to end. >> reporter: bratton put his sights on the most crime-ridden areas of the city flooding them with hundreds of officers and conducted regular street sweeps. oakland wants him to build an anticrime road map here. >> he is going to have free rein. >> reporter: city leaders admit crime south of control. within hours of yesterday's announcement, three more people were killed. city leaders admit crime is out of chrome. oakland is still working to hire a court ordered director to oversee the police department. its troubles date back to the riders scandal. four officers were accused of planting evidence and making false arrests. some question the need for another high-priced consultant. >> we
. the 43-year-old had just wrapped up a concert in monterey and was headed to the mexico city area. everywhere on board died, including her publicist, lawyer and make up artist. she sold 15 million records and in october won artist of the year at the billboard mexican music awards. >> she is the celina, the elvis presley. she will be in history for many, many years. >> reporter: media crews from the u.s. and latin america are here in lakewood lining the streets in front of her family's home. she was born in california and industry experts say the singer was on the verge of becoming a big name here in the states. >> she had just signed deal to do a comedy with abc, so, she was really poised for mainstream success. >> reporter: family friends say she never let fame go to her head. >> she gave everything and always game around. >> reporter: her mother says she is sure her daughter is now singing to the lord. in lakewood, california, theresa garcia, cbs5. former international fund leader strauss-kahn has reached a agreement with a new york city hotel mate who accused him of sexua
: possibly. carla sayss it is going to effect -- says it is going to effect her church. >> it is the money. the city needs the money. not parking meter on sunday. >> reporter: it will net the city $2 million a year. >> i am a long time resident of the city of san francisco. i do not approve of what the board of supervisors have done. >> reporter: in a marina where parking is hike a competitive sport, the law is not getting support there, either. >> it hurts the small businessman for one thing. a lot of people come to chestnut on the weekend for the restaurants and the stores and a lot of them will not come. >> reporter: and they see it as something that has been in the works for a long time. >> they are not planning well and not thinking ahead and not be able to be decisive when it counted. they kicked the can down the street. >> now we have to pay. >> exactly. >> reporter: the law goes into effect next sunday from noon until 6:00. don't forget, if you come out and feed the meter that is still illegal. reporting from san francisco, cbs 5. >>> local transit agencies are offering free ri
on board. her brother spoke outside their family's l.a. home. >> the plane, it's totaled. nobody inside survived. the bodies are unrecognizable according to what they are telling us. the city's top spanish language radio station is playing her music all day. songs of love, struggle, survival. >> she was selling records like no other female has done. and dominated by men. >> she was one of ours. that's why she sings to her people. she sings on the verge of reaching a broader audience. the divorced mother of five, already a radio personality and a host on spanish tv had just been capped to star in her own american network sitcom. at a press conference after her last concert, she spoke these now haunting words. they are helping mexico investigate this crash. the plane was involved in a previous accident, but it was repaired and approved for flight. cbs news, los angeles. >>> and nelson mandella is back in the hospital and tonight fans of the former south african president are worried about what the latest visit could mean for him. he has been hospitalized for two days. officials, they are
it safely through town with jill techel says her town has spent more than $250 million over 20 years to protect the flood-prone city. for this storm it worked. >> that whole area of town would have been closed. we would have had to evacuate everyone out. >> but down the road in sonoma. >> here's all the water and i can't believe, where is it all coming from. >> matt's restaurant is still in danger. >> the location which am is where a river runs through continuation literally and i am owe an a little island. >> reporter: the rising water overwhelm the nearby creek sending water into the street outside but by midday the sun poked through the clouds as the system moved through faster than expected. >> we're not out of the woods yet but we dodged a bullet. >> reporter: according to meteorologist the damage was limited because there were breaks in the storm allowing the waters to subside. the timing is also important. had it been later in the winter the rivers would have been higher given the snowmelt, jeff. >> jeff: carter evans, thank you. one day after kansas city chiefs linebacker jov
a sprint engineer finally gave her one that made sense. >> this is the known issue in about a dozen cities like chicago, new york, minneapolis, and because we don't know how to fix it, i'm closing your trouble ticket because i can't resolve it. >> it's outrageous that they're basically advertising a service that they're not giving to the consumer. >> reporter: attorney bill nussbaum says sprint is in violation of their contract with customers and says people like vicki should immediately file complaints with the fcc and the attorney general. he says she does have the right to sue sprint for breach of contract. but it could take time to get any results. vicki just wants out of her contract and to run the phone. >> i don't think i should have to pay for two phones that can't work on sprint's network on a known issue they can't fix. >> reporter: she says sprint won't let her out of her contract but called again late this afternoon to say they are considering compensation for her unusable data. sprint won't comment about how long they have known about the issue or how many people are affected.
: at the elite salon in daly city the hairstylists often bring their children to work with them. she greets her granddaughter with a kiss, her tender age keeping her safe from the awful truth. >> i wouldn't tell her. she is too young. i can't imagine being one of those parents. is it safe nowadays you know taking them to school? walking them to school? you know, they're precious. >> reporter: reporting from the peninsula, patrick sedillo, cbs 5. >> secretary of state hillary clinton is recovering at home after fainting. she also suffered a concussion from hitting her head. clinton cancelled an overseas trip last week because she was ill with a stomach virus. the state department said she was dehydrated from the virus and fainted. she is being monitored by doctors and is working from home. she won't testify at congressional hearings on thursday because of her illness, about the september 11th attack on the u.s. diplomatic mission in benghazi, libya. >>> former south african president nelson mandela had surgery today to remove gallstones. doctors say the endoscopic surgery was successful. the 94-
next, 24 hours a day? >> reporter: possibly. noria says it will effect her church, she knows why. >> it is the money. the city needs money. not just with the parking meter on sunday. >> reporter: the law will net the city an extra $2 million a year. >> i am a long time resident of the city of san francisco and i do not approve of what the board of supervisors have done. >> reporter: in the marina where parking is like a competitive sport. the law is not getting support, either. >> hurts the small businessman. a lot of people come here for the restaurants and the stores on the weekend, a lot of them will not come. >> reporter: and they see it as something that has been in the works for a long time. >> it is them not planning well and thinking ahead and not being able to be decisive when it counted. kicking the can down there. kick the can down the street. >> now we have to pay. >> exactly. >> the law goes into effect from noon until 6:00. if you feed the meter, that that is still illegal. reporting from san francisco, cbs 5. >>> local transit agencies are offering free rides fo
to be released from the hospital next week. her family tells us that she wants to tell her story. live in carson city, ben sosenko, cbs 5. >>> the governor of new jersey paid a visit to president obama to plead for money to help his state rebuild from superstorm sandy. the storm destroyed 80% of seaside heights more than a month ago. the famous boardwalk was left in pieces. today governor chris christie asked the president and congress for more financial aid. christie says it's going to take $37 billion to recover and the president promises to help. >> he knows that our work is not done any more than the work in the states is done. >> president obama is expected to ask for $50 billion in storm relief for new jersey, new york and connecticut. >>> meantime, president obama made a special trip to virginia today to highlight his fix for the "fiscal cliff." the deadline for the president and congress to find a way to avoid tax increases and spending cuts is 25 days away. president obama made a special point to sit with a middle class family in virginia this afternoon. he was trying to offer an exampl
that didn't help she said sprint told her it was a known problem and about a dozen u.s. cities, and even though she can't access the data she is paying for, sprint won't let her out of her contract. lawyers say she can sue for breach of contract. sprint says it's investigating. >>> and a warning tonight about a popular baby product. the nap nanny is being recalled following the death of a 4 month old baby. the consumer product safety commission says infants can fall out or get trapped against the side of the recliner and suffocate. nap nannies were sold in the u.s. between 2009 and 2010. >>> and if you bought an early model flat screen tv or flat screen computer monitor you have some money coming to you. but you have to act fast. tomorrow is the deadline to file a claim in a class action price fixing settlement. suit says manufactures illegally plotted to keep prices high. anyone who bought any product with an lcd scene between 1999 and -- screen between 1999 and 2006 are eligible, payments up to $200 depending how many you purchased and there is no need to provide proof of purchase. sim
in a big city like los angeles, earns on average more than in00,000 a year. vn durham, population just over 100, the local doctor recently closed up shop. folks feared her dream of being a doctor would unfold somewhere flse. >> most doctors go to the big city and make the big bucks. >> reporter: harry rhodes was stunned rathburn wants to practice here. rathhat's what we need here. heherwise we have to drive 40 to o0 miles for medical care. >> i want to treat someone and then i want to treat their kids esd i want to treat their kids s andhe best treatment comes when you know your patient teside and out. di reporter: for dr. merkel is there could be no are better diagnosis than more doctors for rural areas. e> if we had some young physicians come in, i would be very happy to retire. >> reporter: and if the kansas rogram can inspire more young thople like julie ann-- >> i think all of us are very much on the path to fulfilling that goal of going back home. wouldorter: ...that would be powerful medicine for small towns all across the american prairie. barry petersen, cbs news, denver. e sdubois
. redwood city 51. mountain view 52. here's why we're looking at rain and not another storm. the atmosphere there's not enough watt her in the atmosphere compared to last time. just strong enough to kick the storm track. we'll get a near miss. we're going have rain tomorrow. but it won't be that wash out that we had three times over the previous six days. then high pressure builds closer to us. that will give us a chilly weather pattern. but a dry one. a lot of sunshine but temperatures running around 60 degrees for the high. tomorrow on and off rainfall. several straight dry days after that. if you're sick of the rain after tomorrow you get a break. a prolonged break. highs tomorrow low 60s. 61 for concord. santa clara, 63. low 60s with rain in san francisco. here comes the drive starting thursday. friday through the weekend all the way through next week sunshine, chilly, with highs around 60. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and the
on violent video games. >> it hasn't worked. diane fine stein had her ban, and columbine occurred. >> hundreds of gun control advocates protested yesterday in new york and other cities. >>> some in congress on sunday on reaching a deal for the white house to avoid reaching the fiscal cliff. the president and congress on christmas vacation. it will be thursday before talks resume to try and prevent the automatic tax hikes and spending cuts from taking effect january the 1st. andrew spencer with the very latest from washington. >> reporter: some republican lawmakers say president wants the country to fall over the cliff. >> we were going over the cliff before. that's what the president wants. >> john boehner failed to get vets in on thursday. that would have raised taxes on people earning more than a million dollars a year. on friday speaker painer and the president left with no deal, each making a parting pitch. >> i asked leaders of congress to work toward a package that prevents a tax hike on middle- class americans, protects insurance for 2 million americans and laze the ground
foundation and a single white rose. rivera and six others died this month when her learjet crashed in northern mexico. a private burial for rivera will be held separately. >>> the best way to get around san francisco, walking of course. this city is one of the most walkable in the country. no doubt. and the holidays bring visitors from all around the world. and today, mayor lee announced some plans for a new safety campaign to focus on hot spots, most dangerous to pedestrians. >> really doing a lot more enforcement strategically in all the area we need to with not only stops, not only enforcement and ticketing, but a serious effort to remind people that these are going to be spots where we are going to pay a lot more attention. >> this collaboration between police, public works, the health department expected to be finalized and implemented in early 2013. >> it's always a good day to walk around san francisco. but if you do it today, bring jackets, scarf, hat, sweater, anything to keep you warm. >> and if you do it after today you're going to need a jacket, an umbrella and you want
complete flood project. she has seen the napa flood all her life. >> i was not concerned. i know they have had a lot of improvements on the napa river in the last few years and it would be normal. >> reporter: napa city and county officials now say that next storm may not be as much trouble as first thought but they will wait for accurate weather forecasts before they commit to what they will do later on. reporting live in napa, cbs 5. >>> this is the way the russian river looked it this morning. a viewer sent this picture taken sufficient ral hours before the flood warning was lifted. this is the russian river yesterday. because of lag times between the rainfall and run off getting to the river, it is expected to swell just below flood stage overnight. >>> very different problems for drivers this morning. one of the worst messes was 4 in pittsburgh -- was highway 4 in pittsburgh. this was in the westbound lanes. crews came in quickly. >>> here is what it looked like driving on 101 this morning. not many cars on the road. you can see the rain coming down hard. another problem for the road
and her son, who lived here are staying with family members. elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> a man is in the hospital after a car plummets 300 feet over a cliff in daly city. it happened around 4:30 this morning at highway 35 near olympic way. a winch was used to carry the man to the road and transported him to the hospital. another passenger had minor injuries and is expected to be okay. >>> a car fire inside the caldecott tunnel snarled part of the morning commute. chopper 5 flew over the backup. it happened in the eastbound direction just after 8:00. it took about 45 minutes to clear the road and reopen the tunnel. >>> the city of lafayette has selected a contractor to fix a huge sinkhole created after last week's storms. c.c. meyers company will be hired to handle repair work on mountain view drive. weather permitting, the plan is to have the work completed by christmas. >>> union officials have vowed to wage war against those behind the just-passed right to work law in michigan state. thousands of protestors stormed the state capital today as lawmakers made their final vote on
at a show in atlantic city in new jersey yesterday. he and kim kardashian have been dating for eight months. members of her family are tweeting the news this morning, as well. kim kardashian is still married to kris humphries although she filed for divorce more than a year ago. were you saying khloe is married? she can't have a kid. >> she has been trying. hopefully she does. >> hard to keep up with them. >>> 150 years after signing the public is getting a rare look at the emancipation proclamation. >> the document aimed at freeing the slaves went into effect on january 1, 1863. it will go on the ground public display at the national archives in washington, d.c. tomorrow. when it was exited in michigan last year, people waited up to 8 hours to see it. it's part of history so people want to see it. >>> 4:57. the "fiscal cliff" deadline just hours away. talks are stalled. can lawmakers get a deal done in time? >> we'll see. plus, a driver crashes into a concord funeral home during services. what police say was happening that could result in charges. >> a house fire in san francisco's excelsio
for resident joyce when she walked over and looked out from her side yard. her yard looks directly on to the open trench and the exposed pipes. >> i felt very sad. all our lives is just -- we just have this house. and everything you worry about it. >> city officials believe debris blocked a drainage underneath mountain view drive at about 8:30 and water over ran the road and simply washed it away. water gas and sewer lines running underneath the pavement were all damaged. steven says repairs will not be easy. will not be cheap. and will not be fast. >> bottom shrine that there's going to be a hole in the ground here for a long time. and mountain view drive is going to be closed. >> and even with heavy equipment operating in the area some drivers are only now discovering at the last minute that the road is closed. dave is one of them. >> it's kind of crazy. this is an unbelievable storm that we've had. i don't know what to make of it. it's a great detour for me. >> city officials expect the stretch of road to be closed through the entire winter season. reporting live from lafayette
more important things to do tonight. >>> checking bay area headlines, three more murders bring the city's homicide rate to its highest since 2006. two men were shot to death about 1 a.m. 90 minutes later, a woman was stabbed to death. police made an arrest in her murder. the shootings were in an area of west oakland known for gang activity. >>> a sixth person faces murder and other charges in the case of a man and woman found gagged on a san francisco street. authorities say 26-year-old catherine uong is being held on $2 million bail. her nickname on the street is killer. >>> and some of san francisco's most beautiful murals have become targets for taggers. the problem runs from north bay to the tenderloin. vandals even defaced parts of claireon alley. they have more than 21,000 requests for graffiti cleanups this year. >>> you can still get a free ride on muni tonight. the transit agency celebrated its 100th birthday today by waiving fares for all passengers. the offer continues until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. muni carries nearly 700,000 people every day. >>> well, the death of a woman bruta
. live in san francisco, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> thank you. lots going on. you can see ann has her hood off. we have dropped on the screen back here suggest the rain has reached the city. >> doppler verified! it's coming on right now, folks. that rainfall has been falling very heavy in the north bay. now beginning to slide a little bit further to the south. it's going to be very stormy all day. we have the slow moving cold front moving on through temperatures going to stay only in the 50s, wind advisory continuing out toward the coastline. could see some gusts there to 50 miles an hour. this opens up the door some very stormy weather on and off throughout the weekend slight chance of showers on christmas day. gianna. >> that's not going to work on christmas day, lawrence. >> sorry. >> of course with that wet weather means we are going to have problems on the road. it is the calm before the storm. metering lights on at the bay bridge but traffic moving okay not too bad as you work your way and one quick live shot of the san mateo bridge. extra volume westbound but so far no accidents as
. >>> this morning a city woman is behind bars in connection with the fatal stabbing of her 2-year-old child. nicole fitzgerald has been charged with murder and child abuse in the death of her son, paris. he was killed in a home this past weekend. fitzgerald has a large knife wound on her neck, her attempt to kill herself. >>> a man is rescued after his car goes off the road and down an embankment. it wound up 40 feet down. rescue crews pulled the 21-year-old from the car. at our last check he was in serious condition. >>> with the government's fiscal cliff looming social security employees protest budget cuts in baltimore city yesterday. they're urging lawmakers to come to an agreement that does not include cuts in social security jobs and services. >>> and stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next a pair of new problems for boeing 787 jet liner. plus tandem base jumpin >>> welcome back to cbs "this morning." boeing's new 787 dream liner is often called the airplane of the future. at mark strassmann reports, the ride continues to be a little bumpy. >> reporter: when the united airlin
. ( cheers and applause ) >> stahl: "speak now" is her third multi-platinum album, and she's been on a worldwide 76- city tour to promote it. the show is an extravaganza, with aerialists and fireworks on stage... and frantic darting about below, as taylor runs in and out of quick-change rooms, and braces herself inside this glass contraption, preparing to be tossed in the air. >> taylor swift: i'm praying that i'm not going to break my leg. i'm like, "dear god, i'm very clumsy. i'm not a gymnast, i'm not graceful. please don't let me break my leg." that's what's going on. ( cheers and applause ) >> stahl: like big-time musicians today, taylor makes a bundle on her tours. she's become a brand, with "merch," as they say, like t-shirts and show programs; product endorsements, like for cover girl. she even owns her own buses. taylor swift is big, big business. >> borchetta: yes, she is. >> stahl: i've seen figures. >> borchetta: they're big. >> stahl: $100 million to $120 million, just on this tour. >> borchetta: i've seen those figures. >> stahl: that's like a major corporation. >> b
providing opportunity to our youth in the city. >> meanwhile, muni service was back to normal today after a trolley car hit a woman in a wheelchair last night leaving her with life-threatening injuries. and a blown transformer stopped muni metro for much of last night. >>> well, the san francisco board of supervisors gave final approval today to the city's new ban on public nudity. well, that prompted several protestors to strip naked again in the board chambers. they were covered in blankets and escorted out as behalf. backers of the bans say it strikes a ban between nudist and those who don't want to see so much of you. but opponents say what you want to see and don't see, it's up to you. >> if you don't want to see someone, turn way. there's nothing stopping you from turning away. why should you be able to control whether someone is showing their body in public? >> the ban takes effect in february. first time offenders face a $100 fine. multiple violation could carry jail time. >>> well, it will soon be a lot tougher to be a smoker in a city in sonoma county. petaluma lead yours unanim
devastated new york and new jersey. few places were hit harder than new york city's breezy point, and few neighborhoods have people more determined to rebuild. tony guida has a case in point. >> reporter: tracy rutter arrived for her wedding in breezy point, queens, in a fire truck-- fitting for a veteran e.m.t. who was marrying a longtime firefighter. >> come hell or high water, this day is going to happen. >> reporter: hell and high water came. super storm sandy roared through breezy point, queens, nearly two months ago. 111 homes burned to the ground. many of the 2,800 other houses were destroyed by floodwaters, including the home tracy rutter shared with her fiancÉ, rich whalen. we were going through two feet of water, even to get down the main road. >> rutter and whelen always planned to make a home here in breezy point, to marry here, to raise their daughter here. sandy nearly wiped breezy point off the map. >> because i think everybody needs a little bit of hope to see that we're going to pull through this and we're going to do it one day at a time and we're going to rebuild. >> s
this morning at universal city-walk. a private burial will be held separately. rivera died this month after her learjet crashed in northern mexico. six others were also killed. >>> well, a trendy bay area internet company is doing an about-face this morning after a policy change that made users concerned about their privacy. >> here now is kcbs financial reporter jason brooks with more. >> reporter: quite the backlash against instagram that popular photo sharing site that's owned by facebook. yesterday, it was revealed that the company was making policy changes that would allow it to sell users' photos and information to marketers out there. that resulted in a lot of very angry instagram users and many of them dropped off the site but instagram coming back and saying that that is not its intent. although it does maintain that as a business, it is tasked with finding ways to make money. >>> the housing market is on a rebounded this year and we are continuing to see signs of that. as far as housing starts are concerned in november, we did see a bit of a pull-back. the commerce department reports
a security breach at a city school. the woman forced her way into the national academy preparatory school carrying a birthday cake. she did not have permission and during a fight with a staff member she pulled out a knife. the staff member suffered minor injuries. >>> today maryland stay police have welcomed new members to the force. 10 dogs have graduate from the k-9 unit. they trained over the last couple of months. the k-9s were all hand selected. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next, how some schools across the country are stepping up security. residents in colorado,,,,,, >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." schools opened as usual across the country on monday morning. as you can imagine, the newtown shooting was on the minds of many. >> many teachers from westchester county shared the details of getting back to work after a very difficult weekend. >> reporter: when students returned to school on monday, educators prepared to take tough questions from children and offer comfort to anxious parents. >> i'm sure that it was very hard for them to walk away or drive aw
areas and even parts of napa aren't taking any chances. city trucks delivered 50 tons of sand to this lot at first street and freeway drive and folks were filling bags as quickly as the sand came in. folks june and her husband. >> the situation is i live on a creek. we had a big rain, as you know, thursday night and the water came up to almost the top of the retaining wall. so we decided sandbags were a good idea for tonight. >> are you afraid the water might come over the wall? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: city officials wrapped up a meeting to discuss flooding. >> at this point, if the projections of the rainfall totals are accurate, we're probably looking at street flooding, intersections being flooded, nothing terribly serious. and i say that with a caveat. >> reporter: a caveat meaning don't let us yet. folks who know they live in trouble spots are busy tonight trying to make sure they stay dry. now, city and county officials will meet once again in the morning to do their c alculations. >>> cbs 5 reporter anne makovec checked on other troublesome areas. >> the
, a toll plaza worker and her friend a bus driver, back in 2009. >>> rebuilding of the chevron refinery unit that caught fire in august will be the topic of discussion at a meeting in richmond tomorrow. city leaders will get an update on the repairs and investigation. the meeting is set for 6:30 tomorrow night in the city council chamber. residents are encouraged to attend. >>> and police now say they found a shotgun in a suspect's apartment after a weekend standoff in san francisco. officers were called to the home near hide street because of a domestic disturbance saturday night. the suspect is being held on suspicion of domestic violence. >>> time now 4:41. a deal in the works? president obama's latest offer to avoid the "fiscal cliff." >> plus, the sights, sounds, smells of the christmas season, how it's all designed to extract money from your wallet. >> of course. and down in a flash. the storage building blown away and what's coming in its place. ,, ,,,,,,,, ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak u
city-walk a private burial to be held separately. she died earlier this month after her learjet crashed in northern mexico. six others were also killed. >>> time now is 5:51. blasting off into space. the latest mission to the international space station. >> and hungry hungry sharks. beach-goers get an up-close look at the feeding frenzy. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> clear and cold this morning. check the temperatures. a lot of spots dipping below freezing especially in the north bay an east bay valleys. when does the rain return? a look at your seven-day forecast coming up. >> and the cars are piling up at the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see a bit of a backup there. mostly in those cash lanes. fastrak users though moving along. also reports of a new accident on 580. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and liftoff. >> a russian-made spacecraft blasted off into space about two hours ago carrying a three- man crew including american astronaut. today's launch made history with astronaut chris hatfield becoming the first canadian to command the international space stat
in atlantic city, new jersey, yesterday. he and kardashian have been dating for 8 months. members of her family are now tweeting the news this morning. kardashian by the way is still married to nba player kris humphries although she filed for divorce about a year ago so congratulations to them. it will be a beautiful baby. >> yeah. and a whole new show coming our way, too. [ laughter ] >> captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >>> good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, december 31st, 2012. welcome to "cbs this morning." >>> there's growing concern over the health of hillary clinton after the secretary of state is admitted to the hospital with a blood clot. >>> and less than 24 hours until the nation heads over the fiscal cliff. we'll go to washington to see if lawmakers are any closer to cutting a deal and tell you what will happen if they don't. >>> but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >>> breaking news. hillary clinton will be celebrating the new year from a hospital bed. secretary of state clinton is
control project that helps when runoff is high. jeannine has seen the napa flood all her life. >> no, i wasn't concerned. i know they've had a lot of improvements on the napa river in the last few years and i knew it would be a normal storm. >> reporter: city and county officials are saying they don't think the next storm will be as dangerous as they thought but they will wait until they see more weather predictions before they decide what to do. live in napa, cbs 5. >>> and along the flood river, the flood warning fourgonville is canceled. this is a look at the russian river. because of lag times between rainfall and runoff getting to the river it is still expected to swell just below flood stage. and with any major storm there were problems on the roads this morning. in one case the water caused a pothole to open up on highway 4 in pittsburgh. two dozen -- two dozen cars hit it and had to pull over. this is on the westbound side of highway 4. crews shut down the free way to make repairs. >>> and the rain makes the roads wet and slick it was a bad scenario on highway 24 in orinda as a
for help with flames coming out of her apartment. >> the apartment was completely gutted but no one was hurt. so far, no word on who may have done it or why. >>> a giant sinkhole in lafayette may have met its match. the city has hired a well-known emergency contractor to fill it in. we're live with mobile5 and ken bastida with a look at how long it's supposed to take. ken. >> reporter: well, i tell you, the ray they're going, it's not going to take long, at the rate they're going. this is mountain view drive. we'll show you a full-blown construction zone at this hour complete with night lighting, a couple of backhoes, dump trucks coming and going, all because the city of lafayette hired steven faulk, the city manager of lafayette, required, hired c.c. meyers, the guys who fixed the i-bars on the bay bridge, remember when the cables broke? they are also the ones that came in 25 days ahead of schedule on a couple of other projects, most notably the large fire that destroyed a portion of the macarthur maze and they are here it do this because according to faulk, they are the only compa
to take her to paris for the first time, we stayed in the center of the city in an apartment. >> thank you, brian. >> go brian chesky. your mom must be proud. >>> david letterman feels unworthy about a kennedy center hono mayor ed lee is working on ways to reduce gun violence here in san francisco. the mayor is >>> i'm brian hackney with your news headlines at 8:26. mayor lee is working on ways to reduce gun violence here in san francisco. they are collaborating with members of the city's interfaith community and other local leaders. police say that there have been 67 homicides so far in 2012 compared to just 50 at this time last year. >>> oakland is keeping the extra cash from over paid parking tickets. that's according to a new report from the city auditor. last year, the city made $316,000 in overpayments. state law requires cities to reimburse people who pay their parking tickets twice by mistake. >>> volunteers in san jose are getting ready for a big christmas toy and book giveaway. more than 5,000 children will get a present this holiday season
. how the "fiscal cliff" affected his prize. we'll tell you. >> and a mother and her son rushed to escape their burning home in hayward. what she saw just before that has arson investigators on alert. >> and i'm live in daly city where a car drove over an embankment into a ditch the chp says one person may be suffering major injuries. we'll have more details in a live report coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald story. >>> in daly city a car went over a cliff. we'll have details in a moment. >> a mother and son escape a burning home in hayward. why arson investigators call the fire suspicious. >> mostly clear and cold. rain tomorrow. we'll talk about that coming up. >> conditions at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's already starting to stack up in the cash lanes fastrak okay. much more "timesaver traffic" coming up. >>> good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, december 11th. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. itm frank mallicoat.
, the less likely he will be bullied. >>> a little girl and her mother are reunited with their puppy after a man stole a cavalier king charles spaniel on christmas eve. surveillance video caught the dognapping outside a grocery store right here in new york city. you see him take him away. on christmas day, tina cohen says she saw a man trying to sell that puppy on the street. she bought the dog, then called the cops who arrested brandon bacon in connection with this theft right here. >> i said that's not right and i said i'd like to buy the dog and i only have $100. he's like it's my friend's dog. and i want to -- he wants more money for this dog. >> well, she got the dog and look at the little guy. cohen found the owners because the dog had a microchip and as you can see, the owner is mighty happy to get it back. >> and the little girl, too. >> so cute. look at the dog's pretty happy. >> it's important that microchip comes in handy. >> it does. obviously. >>> it is 5:54. the next half hour, cautiously optimistic. the latest on former president george h.w. bush's recovery in a houston hosp
. >> reporter: at the american ballet theater in new york city natalia found a freedom of expression she had never known. ♪ >> reporter: with the best choreographers of the 20th century. and her russian contemporaries. you danced with barishnikov, you said it was russian madness, why? >> because we are both russian and passionate. you see it on our face. >> she is a huge factor in many ways of me being here and who i am and what if i achieved anything. without her i wouldn't have been who i am, and i wouldn't be here. [ applause ] >> reporter: at 72 natalia has had a celebrated career. one now honored by the kennedy center for her commitment to her art. >> you feel like one, not two -- >> reporter: but natalia never forgot her roots. she choreographs the lost russian classic for audiences around the world. ♪ >> it's self-expression. i want to enlarge the horizon to challenge myself probably. >> reporter: and in 1989 in the twilight of her illustrious career, she returned to where it all began. the first artistic compile-- exile allowed to return to perform with the ballet
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